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Advisory
Circular

U.S. Department
of Transportation

Federal Aviation
Administration

Subject:

EXPORT AIRWORTHINESS
APPROVAL PROCEDURES

Date:
Initiated by:

AC No.

AIR-200

21-2H

Change

________________________________ ______________

1. PURPOSE. This advisory circular (AC) contains guidance and information on procedures for
exporting aeronautical products and related special requirements submitted to the Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA) by other governments.
2. CANCELLATION. AC 21-2G, Export Airworthiness Approval Procedures, dated July 9, 1992,
is hereby canceled.
3. PRINCIPAL CHANGES.
a. A significant portion of the text of this AC has been revised to include current guidance.
b. Appendix 1, Figure 4. Completed FAA Form 8130-3 is deleted.
c. Appendix 2, Special Requirements of Importing Countries, has been updated as follows:
(1) Special requirements have been added for The Bahamas, Barbados, China, Malawi, and
Russian Federation (formerly Soviet Union).
(2) Special requirements have been revised for Argentina, Bangladesh, Brazil, Germany,
Ireland, Malaysia, Norway, Pakistan, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, and
Taiwan.
d. Appendix 3, FAA Aircraft Certification Offices responsible for civil aviation matters in other
countries, has been revised to reflect updated addresses. Addresses for International Flight
Standards Field Offices have been added.
e. Appendix 4, International Civil Aviation Office (ICAO) Member States, has been revised to
reflect updated listings.
4. FORMAT. The special requirements contained in appendix 2 are provided in their original
format as submitted by each country. Therefore, incorrect format and nonconformance with the
FAA FORM 1320-15

(4-82) Supersedes WA Form 1320-2

AC 21-2H

05/20/96

United States (U.S.) Government Printing Office Style Manual and FAA Directives may be noticed.
For any assistance with interpretations, contact: FAA, Production and Airworthiness Certification
Division (AIR-200), 800 Independence Avenue, SW., Washington, D.C. 20591.
5. GENERAL.
a. This AC provides general information and guidance concerning issuance of export
airworthiness approvals primarily for Class I products. Additionally, this AC provides guidance for
completion of applications for export airworthiness certification for Class II and Class III products.
This AC sets forth an acceptable means, but not the sole means, for compliance with applicable
Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR). FAA Order 8130.2, Airworthiness Certification of Aircraft
and Related Products, and 14 CFR part 21 (part 21), Subpart L, of the FAR provide additional
explanation and guidance. FAA Order 8130.21, Procedures For Completion and Use of
FAA Form 8130-3, Airworthiness Approval Tag, provides specific guidance for exportation of
Class II and Class III products. Paragraphs 6 through 12 of this AC correspond with the FAR
section under discussion.
b. Persons desiring additional information or advice on obtaining an export airworthiness
approval may contact the nearest FAA Flight Standards District Office, International Flight
Standards Field Office, Aircraft Certification Office, or Manufacturing Inspection District/Satellite
Office. Persons in other countries who wish to import aeronautical products from the U.S. or U.S.
citizens located in other countries may contact the appropriate FAA Aircraft Certification Office or
FAA International Flight Standards Field Office listed in appendix 3.
c. The special requirements of the importing country referred to in FAR part 21, Subpart L,
include special conditions and/or additional requirements specified by the Civil Aviation
Authorities (CAA) of the importing country. When conditions or additional requirements are
imposed by importing countries, the FAA must certify the exporter's compliance except as noted
below:
(1) Special requirements are administrative requirements which must be satisfied as a
condition of shipment at the time of export. For example, they may involve the requirement for a
U.S. Export Certificate of Airworthiness, copies of logbooks, flight manuals, etc. When a product
does not meet the special requirements of an importing country, a written statement must be
obtained by the exporter from the CAA of the importing country, indicating the CAA will accept
the deviation. This statement must accompany FAA form 8130-1, Application for U.S. Export
Certificate of Airworthiness.
(2) Additional requirements are those found necessary by the importing country, in addition
to the exporting country's certification or approval basis, to provide a level of safety and
environmental quality equivalent to the importing country's certification basis. When these
requirements cannot or will not be satisfied, the exporter must obtain a written statement from the
CAA of the importing country indicating acceptance of the deviation. This statement must
accompy the FAA Form 8130-1. Exporters are encouraged to obtain information on additional
requirements from the importing country's CAA. Additional requirements by the importing country

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should be documented on FAA Form 8130-1, block 10 when the consitute a difference to the type
design.
(3) Special conditions are airworthiness standards issued to cover novel and unusual design
features that are not adequately covered by a country's applicable laws, regulations, or
requirements. These special conditions should be included in the Type Certificate Data Sheets
(TCDS) or Supplemental Type Certificates (STC) as applicable. Special conditions for U.S. type
certifications are issued in accordance with FAR § 21.16. Exporters are encourage to obtain
information on special conditions from the importing country's CAA.
NOTE: Appendix 2 refers to various importing country's internal technical
documents. These documents are not normally available in FAA offices. In such
cases, it will be necessary for interested parties to obtain those documents directly
from the importing country's embassy.
d. FAA Form 8130-4, Export Certificate of Airworthiness, certifies compliance with applicable
airworthiness requirements but DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AUTHORITY TO OPERATE AN
AIRCRAFT. Information and guidance concerning appropriate airworthiness certificates, flight
permits, and special flight authorizations are contained in AC 20-65, U.S. Airworthiness
Certificates and Authorizations for Operation of Domestic and Foreign Aircraft.
6. FAR § 21.323, ELIGIBILITY. Individuals engaged in exporting civil aircraft and related
products, including individual aircraft owners and their representatives, are eligible for an export
airworthiness approval for a Class I or Class II product provided all pertinent requirements are met.
A Class III product export airworthiness approval may only be issued by manufacturers (or their
authorized suppliers) who have in their employ a designated representative of the Administrator
authorized to issue that specific approval. The manufacturer must be a production approval holder
(PAH) for that Class III product, that is, hold a Production Certificate (PC), an Approved
Production Inspection System (APIS), Parts Manufacture Approval (PMA), or Technical Standard
Order Authorization (TSOA). Class III products, including standard parts designated as AN, NAS,
SAE, etc., not produced under an FAA production approval are therefore not eligible for an export
airworthiness approval.
NOTE: Export airworthiness approval for Class II or Class III products is issued
in the form of Airworthiness Approval Tags, FAA Form 8130-3. Procedures for
completion and use of FAA Form 8130-3 may be found in FAA Order 8130.21.
7. FAR § 21.325, EXPORT AIRWORTHINESS APPROVALS.
a. This section covers products which may be approved for export and are defined in
FAR § 21.325(b). A sample export airworthiness approval form, FAA Form 8130-4, is shown in
appendix 1.
b. The date of issuance for an export airworthiness approval is the date the product was
inspected by the FAA or authorized designee and found to comply with the pertinent requirements.
An export airworthiness approval means that AS OF THE DATE OF ISSUANCE the product
covered was found airworthy by the FAA and in compliance with the applicable requirements. In
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order to preclude complaints from other countries and subsequent investigations by the FAA, it is
recommended the exporter ensure the product meets its type design, is in a condition for safe
operation, and meets the importing country's CAA requirements when delivered to the importer.
8. FAR § 21.327, APPLICATION. A separate application must be made for each aircraft, aircraft
engine, and propeller; except that one application may be made for more than one engine or
propeller, if all are of the same type and model and are exported to the same purchaser and country.
One application may be submitted for more than one Class II product when the products are
separated and identified as to the type and model of the related Class I product and are exported to
the same purchaser and country. Class II products manufactured by a PC holder and Class III
products produced by any PAH do not require a written application. In these cases, an oral
application or request should be made to the FAA as specified in FAR § 21.327. A sample of
FAA Form 8130-1, Application for Export Certificate of Airworthiness, is shown in appendix 1.
Part I of the application should be completed for Class I products and Part II for Class II products.
NOTE: A Class I product is defined as a complete aircraft, aircraft engine, or
propeller. A Class II product is a major component of an aircraft, aircraft
engine, or propeller, the failure of which would jeopardize the safety of the
aircraft, engine, or propeller. A Class III product is any part or component
that is not a Class I or Class II product and includes standard parts, i.e., those
designated as AN, NAS, SAE, etc.
a. Guidance for completion of Part I of FAA Form 8130-1 (For Class I Products).
(1) Export Certificate No. - Leave blank.
(2) Items 1 and 2 - Self-explanatory.
(3) Item 3 - Self-explanatory except for aircraft owned by a U.S. company being leased to a
company in another country. Under these circumstances, obliterate the word "PURCHASER" and
insert "LESSEE."
NOTE: All requirements for export of a Class I product must be met, as
applicable, including FAR § 21.335(e). Used aircraft located in any country
other than the United States must possess a valid U.S. airworthiness certificate.
Other Class I products must be maintained in accordance with applicable U.S.
Civil Air Regulations (CAR) and Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR).
(4) Item 4 - Self-explanatory.
(5) Item 5 - Description of product(s) - Self-explanatory, except as follows:
(i) For an aircraft not under U.S. registry, insert in the Identification No. block the
nationality and registration marks supplied by the country of registry or intended registry that are
displayed on the aircraft. For U.S. registered aircraft, insert the identification marks as assigned

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under FAR part 47. Any questions concerning the marking requirements of the importing country
should be resolved between the exporter/importer and the CAA of that country.
(ii) Under FAA Spec. No., insert the pertinent specification number or TCDS number,
whichever is applicable.
(iii) For new and used aircraft, insert the operating hours since the annual type inspection
required by FAR § 21.329(c) and total time in service. Since used aircraft engines and propellers
which are not being exported as part of a certificated aircraft must have been newly overhauled in
accordance with FAR § 21.329(e) to be eligible for export, the operating time since overhaul would
reflect only run-in time as required to complete the overhaul process.
(iv) For aircraft, the blocks for engine and propeller should be completed to reflect the
applicable information.
(6) Items 6 and 7. These items are self-explanatory; however, if the No box is checked,
explain the deviations in Item 10 and attach the original or legible unaltered copy covering
statements specifying the product will be acceptable with the deviations listed, as obtained from the
CAA of the importing country.
(7) Item 8. This item provides a means of establishing a date the ownership of the Class I
product is expected to pass to the purchaser. If leased aircraft, enter N/A in this block and explain
in Item 10.
(8) Item 9. This item provides a means of documenting the status of preservation and
damage treatment as required by the type certificate (TC) holder's approved procedures or other
procedures acceptable to the Administrator.
(9) Item 10. This space is used to convey the information required under items 6 and 7. This
space may also be used by the exporter to convey any other information necessary to facilitate
issuance of the export airworthiness approval. Documentation required to be submitted with the
application should be listed and additional sheets may be attached and cross-referenced as
necessary. After review by the FAA representative, documents required to be furnished to the
importing country under FAR § 21.335 will be returned to the applicant.
(10) Item 11. This certification is to be dated and signed in a permanent type ink by the
exporter with the name of the person signing the application typed or printed below. If the person
signing the application is the exporter's representative, insert the representative's title in the space
provided.
b. Guidance for completion of Part II of FAA Form 8130-1 (for Class II Products).
(1) Items 12 through 14. Self-explanatory.
(2) Item 15. Insert the make and model of the aircraft, aircraft engine, or propeller on which
the Class II product(s) are eligible for installation, and the FAA specification or TCDS applicable to
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such aircraft, aircraft engine, or propeller. If the product is eligible for installation on more than
one model, enter "various." Where Class II products are TSO items, state "TSO Article N/A" since
eligibility for installation for TSO articles is determined at the time of installation. In the FAA
Spec. No., enter the complete TSO number.
NOTE: The information in Block 15 only relates to the basic type or model. It
does not constitute authority to install any product on a particular aircraft,
engine, or propeller.
(3) Item 16. Self-explanatory.
(4) Item 17. This provides for a description and listing of the Class II products being
exported. If the quantity and variety of the parts are too numerous to list in the space provided,
check the second block, and on the line provided, specifically identify (and attach) a copy of the
exporter's shipping document covering the parts concerned. Otherwise, check the first block and
list the parts in the space provided. In either case, if more than one type of Class II products are
involved, they are to be listed according to the Class I product to which they pertain. List serial
numbers or equivalent means of identifying each physical product.
(5) Item 18. This item is self-explanatory; however, if the No box is checked, explain the
noncompliance in Item 10 and attach the written confirmation of deviation acceptance from the
CAA of the importing country.
(6) Item 19. This item provides a means of documenting the status of preservation and
damage treatment as required by the manufacturer's approved procedures or other procedures
acceptable to the Administrator. It is recommended that all products be appropriately treated for
corrosion and damage prevention.
(7) Item 20. This certification is to be dated and signed in a permanent type ink by the
exporter with the name of the person signing the application typed or printed below. If the person
signing the application is the exporter's representative, insert the representative's title in the space
provided.
9. FAR § 21.329, ISSUE OF FAA FORM 8130-4, EXPORT CERTIFICATE OF
AIRWORTHINESS, FOR CLASS I PRODUCTS. Under the provisions of this section, an aircraft
of U.S. manufacture need not possess a standard or restricted airworthiness certificate, but it must
meet the airworthiness requirements for such a certificate. Conversely, an aircraft manufactured by
a non-U.S. manufacturer is required to be appropriately registered and possess a valid U.S.
Standard Airworthiness Certificate issued under the provisions of FAR § 21.183(c).
10. FAR § 21.331, ISSUE OF FAA FORM 8130-3, AIRWORTHINESS APPROVAL TAG FOR
CLASS II & CLASS III PRODUCTS. FAA Order 8130.21, Procedures For Completion And Use
of FAA Form 8130-3, Airworthiness Approval Tag, contains guidance for the use of this tag for
export approval.
11. FAR § 21.335, RESPONSIBILITIES OF EXPORTERS.
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a. When title to a U.S. registered and certificated aircraft passes to a purchaser in another
country, FAR § 21.335 requires the exporter to:
(1) Request cancellation of the U.S. registration and airworthiness certificates, giving the date
of title transfer, the name and address of the new owner;
(2) Return the registration and airworthiness certificates, AC Form 8050-3 and
FAA Form 8100-2, to the FAA Aircraft Registry; and
(3) Submit a statement certifying the United States registration marks have been removed
from the aircraft in compliance with FAR § 45.33.
b. The information required in paragraph 11a should be submitted to the following address:
Federal Aviation Administration
Aircraft Registration Branch, AFS-750
P.O. Box 25504
Oklahoma City, OK 73125-4939
c. Showing that a product meets the requirements of FAR §§ 21.329, 21.331, and 21.333 carries
with it the responsibility of making the product available to the FAA representative for any
inspection considered necessary. Inspection will consist of a review of the written application and
related documents, and an inspection of the finished product to determine its eligibility, proper
identification, configuration, condition for safe operation, and compliance with the importing
country's special requirements. It should be noted that a finding of conformance is extremely
difficult, if not impossible, without the manufacturer's design and manufacturing data. A product
not meeting the requirements of FAR §§ 21.329, 21.331, or 21.333 may be exported if the
importing country's CAA indicates acceptance in writing. Requirements which are not met shall be
listed or referenced on FAA Form 8130-4 in the Exceptions block, or referenced in the Remarks
block on FAA Form 8130-3, as applicable.
12. FAR § 21.339, SPECIAL EXPORT AIRWORTHINESS APPROVAL FOR AIRCRAFT.
When aircraft are exported under the provision of FAR § 21.339, and title of the aircraft has passed
to a purchaser from another country, the exporter is to comply with FAR § 21.335(e) (reference
paragraph 11a and b of this AC).
13. DETERMINATION OF NEW, NEWLY OVERHAULED, AND USED PRODUCTS.
a. The regulations do not define new or used products. However, there are requirements that are
pertinent to both new and used in the regulations and in the special requirements of certain
countries.
b. Aircraft engines, propellers, Class II or III products that are removed for any reason and
exported without any pervious time in service, are considered new.

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c. An aircraft may be considered new as long as its ownership is retained by the manufacturer or
dealer and there is no intervening private owner, lease or time sharing arrangements, and the
aircraft has not been used in any pilot training school and/or air taxi operation. An aircraft is still
considered new regardless of the amount of operating time logged by the manufacturer or dealer
when:
(1) The aircraft has been maintained in accordance with the maintenance provisions of
FAR part 43 and part 91 as applicable; and
(2) The application for the Export Certificate of Airworthiness reflects the serial number of
the aircraft and the total number of operating hours accumulated. The aircraft engine(s) and
propeller(s) should also be identified by serial numbers followed by the total number of operating
hours of each and the total elapsed time since the last 100 hour/annual inspection, if such inspection
has been accomplished; and
(3) The U.S. Export Certificate of Airworthiness reflects the information required by
paragraph 13c(2) of this AC.
(4) The aircraft has not been used in any revenue flights.
d. Under FAR § 21.321, the words newly overhauled (when used to describe a product) mean
the product has not been operated or placed into service except for functional testing since having
been overhauled, inspected, and approved for return to service in accordance with the applicable
FAR. Class II products eligible for export approval may only be new or newly overhauled and
conform to the requirements of FAR part 43.2(a), be in a condition for safe operation; identified
with at least the manufacturer's name, part number, model designation (when applicable), and serial
number or equivalent; and meet the special requirements of the importing country. Class II
products not meeting these requirements may be exported if the CAA of the importing country
provides written confirmation stating acceptance under FAR § 21.327(e)(4). Class III products are
eligible for export when the applicant shows the product conforms to the approved design data
applicable to the Class I or Class II product of which it is a part; the product is in a condition for
safe operation; and the product meets the special requirements of the importing country. A Class III
product that is not new may be exported only when the CAA of the importing country provides
written confirmation stating acceptance of the product under FAR §§ 21.333(b) and 21.327(e)(4).
NOTE: Although newly overhauled products technically are used, in order to
distinguish between products eligible for FAA Form 8130-3, the terms new and
newly overhauled are prescribed in FAR part 21 Subpart L. Any products
which are not NEW or NEWLY OVERHAULED are considered USED. Flight
Standards Information Bulletin (FSIB) for Airworthiness, Bulletin Number
FSAW 94-04 provides additional guidance when exporting used avionics.
Contact your local FSDO for current information.
e. If for any reason the previously listed information results in controversy or is contrary to
existing special requirements, the issue is to be settled between the exporter, importer, and the CAA
of the importing country.
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14. RESPONSIBILITY FOR ISSUANCE AND REVISION.
a. The issuance, revision, or cancellation of material in this AC is the responsibility of the FAA,
Production and Airworthiness Certification Division (AIR-200). Future changes will be issued as
required to carry out the responsibility of the FAA. Interested persons are invited to submit
recommendations for revisions or new material to keep this AC current.
b. Proposed material for inclusion in this AC should be forwarded to:
Federal Aviation Administration
Production and Airworthiness Certification Division, AIR-200
800 Independence Avenue, SW.
Washington, DC 20591
FAX Number (202) 267-5580
or
Federal Aviation Administration
Regulatory Support Division, AFS-600
P.O. Box 25082
Oklahoma City, OK 73125
FAX Number (405) 954-4104
c. Information submitted should clearly identify the substance of the material. The CAA of
other countries should submit new material or revisions to special requirements in English language
and format to meet the intent of their requirements.

Michael Gallagher
Manager, Production and Airworthiness
Certification Division

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Figure 1.

SAMPLE FORMS

AC 21-2H
Appendix 1
Completed FAA Form 8130-1, Application for Export
Certificate of Airworthiness

1

AC 21-2H
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Appendix 1
Figure 2. Completed FAA Form 8130-1, Application for Export
Certificate of Airworthiness - (Reverse Side)

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Figure 3.

SAMPLE FORMS

AC 21-2H
Appendix 1
Completed FAA Form 8130-4, Export Certificate of
Airworthiness - Isssued for Class I Products

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AC 21-2H
Appendix 2
APPENDIX 2 - SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS OF IMPORTING COUNTRIES

1. This appendix contains special requirements which have been
stipulated by a number of governments as being applicable to aeronautical
products imported into their countries from the United States. Revisions
of the appendix will be made from time to time following receipt of
official notification and documentation from the governments concerned.
2. The material in appendix 2 is quoted from the requirements submitted
by import countries, therefore, changes were not made to conform to the
Government Printing Office Style Manual or FAA directives. Where the FAA
added information for clarification, the information is enclosed in
double brackets.
3. The following governments have filed their requirem
Federal Aviation Administration.

ents with the
Appendix 2
Page No.

Argentina ................................ ......................
Australia ................................ ......................
Bahamas ................................ ........................
Bangladesh ................................ .....................
Barbados ................................ .......................
Belgium ................................ ........................
Bolivia ................................ ........................
Botswana ................................ .......................
Brazil ................................ .........................
Brunei Darussalam ................................ ..............
Canada ................................ .........................
China, Republic of
................................ .............
France ................................ .........................
Germany ................................ ........................
Guatemala ................................ ......................
Honduras ................................ .......................
Hong Kong ................................ ......................
India ................................ ..........................
Indonesia ................................ ......................
Ireland ................................ ........................
Israel ................................ .........................
Italy ................................ ..........................
Japan ................................ ..........................
Korea, Republic of South ................................ ........
Lebanon ................................ ........................
Malawi ................................ .........................
Malaysia ................................ .......................
Morocco ................................ ........................
Netherlands, The ................................ ...............
Netherlands Antilles
................................ ...........
New Zealand ................................ ....................
Norway ................................ .........................

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13
18
19
24
28
33
35
37
48
55
65
72
80
93
94
95
96
98
105
107
109
116
120
124
125
127
134
135
145
149
152

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Pakistan ................................ ........................
Panama ................................ ..........................
Philippines ................................ .....................
Portugal ................................ ........................
Russia ................................ ..........................
Saudi Arabia ................................ ....................
Singapore ................................ .......................
South Africa ................................ ....................
Spain ................................ ...........................
Sweden ................................ ..........................
Switzerland ................................ .....................
Syrian Arab Republic ................................ ............
Taiwan ................................ ..........................
Tunisia ................................ .........................
United Kingdom ................................ ..................
Zambia ................................ ..........................
Zimbabwe ................................ ........................

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Appendix 2
REPUBLIC OF ARGENTINA - SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
(Revised - May 1992)

1.

GENERAL

1.1 Purpose: This document specifies the Special Requirements that
any applicant from the U.S. must comply with, if he intends to export
civil aeronautical Class I, II, and III products from the United States of
America to the Republic of Argentina; in accordance with the terms and
scope of the Bilateral Airworthiness Agreement signed between the United
States of America and the Republic of Argentina on June 22, 1989, and with
the Schedule of Implementation Procedures of said agreement signed on
June 25, 1991, between the Federal Aviation Administration and the
"Dirección Nacional de Aeronavegabilidad."
1.2 Definition of terms and abbreviations as applied in this
document.
1.2.1 DNA Dirección Nacional de Aeronavegabilidad (National
Airworthiness Directorate of Argentina).
1.2.2 DNAR Reglamento de Aeronavegabilidad de la República
Argentina (Argentine Airworthiness Regulations).
1.2.3
Registry).

RNA Registro Nacional de Aeronaves (National Aircraft

1.2.4

FAA Federal Aviation Administration.

1.2.5

FAR Federal Aviation Regulations.

1.2.6

TSO Technical S tandard Order.

1.2.7 Civil Aeronautical Products: (Referred to in this
document as "Product") means any civil aircraft, aircraft engine,
propeller, or appliance, material, part or component which is to be
installed in an aircraft, aircraft engine or propeller registered in the
Republic of Argentina, and which complies with the Requirements
established in the DNAR.
1.2.8 A Class I Product is an aircraft, aircraft engine, or
propeller completely assembled, which:
(i) Has been type certificat ed in accordance with the
applicable DNAR and for which type certificate data sheets have been
issued; or
(ii) Is identical to a type certificated product specified
in paragraph (b)(1)(i) of this section in all respects except as is
otherwise acceptable to the civil aviation authority of the importing
state.

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1.2.9 A Class II Product is a major component of a Class
I
Product (e.g., wings, fuselages, empennage, assemblies, landing gears,
power transmissions, control surfaces, etc.) the failure of which would
jeopardize the safety of a Class I Product, or any part, material, or
appliance, approved and manufactured under the Technical Standard Order
(TSO) System in the "C" series.
1.2.10 A Class III Product is any part or component which is
not a Class I or Class II Product and includes standard parts, i.e., those
designated as AN, NAS, SAE, etc.
1.2.11 Imported to the Republic of Argentina: For an aircraft,
it means a complete aircraft to be registered in the Argentine RNA; and
for all other products, it means that it is intended to be installed in an
aircraft registered in the Republic of Argentina.
1.3 The DNA develops and ensures the application of the policies and
procedures for the Type Certification, Supplementary Type Certification,
Production, Airworthiness Certification and related approvals, including
the policies necessary for the implementation of Bilateral Agreements. It
is also responsible for the Ownership Certification and Registry of
aircraft in the Republic of Argentina.
1.4 The DNAR is based on the adoption and adaptation of the
regulations contained in the FAR of the FAA from the USA. The DNAR Part
21 establishes the procedures for the airworthiness certification of civil
aeronautical products and parts, including the products imported into the
Republic of Argentina.
2.

ARGENTINE IMPORT REQUIREMENTS FOR CLASS I PRODUCTS

.

2.1 For aircraft, the DNAR Part 21, Section 21.183(c) and Section
21.185(c) (Adopted from FAR Part 21) establishes that an "aircraft
imported" to the Republic of Argentina, with a Type Design approved by the
DNA in accordance with Section 21.29(a) (Adopted from FAR Part 21, Section
21.29) is eligible for an Argentine Airworthiness Certificate in the
corresponding category, if the FAA certifies and the DNA finds that the
aircraft is in accordance with the Design configuration approved according
to the Argentine Type Certificate issued by the DNA to the holder of the
Type Certificate issued by the FAA and that the aircraft is in a condition
for safe operation.
2.2 The FAA certification must be documented through the
Airworthiness Certificate for Export (FAA Form 8130-4), including a detail
statement of the corresponding Argentine Type Certificate Data Sheet, or a
Certification stating that the aircraft corresponds to and complies with
the Type Design approved by the DNA and that is in a condition for safe
operation. The aircraft must be completely assembled, flight tested, and
the engines and propellers must be performance tested before the FAA
issues the Airworthiness Certificate for Export.
2.3 The aircraft admitted to the Republic of Argentina under a lease
agreement, with or without a purchase option, and intended for operation
in accordance to the provisions of the DNAR, Parts
121, 127 or 135 must
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also comply with this requirement, even if they retain the registration
and registration markings issued by the FAA Aircraft Registry.
2.4

Applicable Regulations and Requirements.

2.4.1 DNA Regulations: The regulations related to the issuance
of Airworthiness Certificates for new or used aircraft registered in the
Republic of Argentina are contained in the DNAR
Part 21. They apply to
the aircraft manufactured in the United States of America and exported to
the Republic of Argentina. Additional requirements must also be fulfilled
according to the provisions of DNAR Part 34, 36, 39, 45 and 91 (Adapted
from FAR), before the aircraft can be operated in Argentina.
2.4.2 Airworthiness Requirements: The airworthiness
requirements contained in the DNAR are adopted from FAR Parts 23, 25, 27,
29, 31, 33, and 35.
2.4.3 Noise Requirements: The noise requirements are those
established in the DNAR Part 21, Sections 21.93(b), 21.183(e) or 21.185
(Adopted from FAR Part 21); DNAR Part 36, Noise Standards (Adapted from
FAR Part 36); and Volume I, Annex 16 - Aircraft Noise - from the ICAO.
2.4.4 Exhaust Emissions and Fuel Venting Requirements,
established in DNAR Part 34 (Adapted from FAR Part 34), and Volume
Annex 16 - Aircraft Engine Emissions -, from the ICAO.

II

2.4.5 The aircraft must have an identification plate in
accordance with DNAR Part 21, Section 21.182 (Adopted from FAR, Part
21)
which shall meet the requirements of DNAR Part 45, Subpart B (Adopted from
FAR Part 45).
2.4.6 When the aircraft is exported from the United States of
America to the Republic of Argentina, it must comply with the registration
requirements of the "Registro Nacional de Aeronaves" from the Republic of
Argentina.
2.4.7 The Aircraft Flight Manuals must be approved by the DNA
during the approval procedure of the Type Design, and they may be written
in English or in Spanish.
2.4.8 The markings and placards required for passenger
instructions, emergencies, cargo and baggage compartment, and any other
indications to be used by the ground support personnel, must be bilingual
(English-Spanish).
2.4.9 Maintenance Requirements and Logbooks: The aircraft must
have the Maintenance Records and Logbooks as specified in the DNAR Part
91, Section 91.417 (Adopted from FAR Part 91) and all required
inspections, service life limits, etc., must be recorded.
2.4.10 Airworthiness Directives. Evidence must be submitted
showing that all Airworthiness Directives issued under FAR
Part 39 have
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of America to the Republic of Argentina; if any has not been applied it
shall be documented at the time of export.
2.4.11 For each certification procedure of a Type Design and/or
major modification of the Type Design, approved by the FAA, the applicant
must submit the following documents to the DNA:
(1)
(DNA Form 8110.12).

Application for Type Certificate

(2)

Copy of the FAA Type Certificate (FAA

Form 8110.9).

(3)

FAA Type Certificate Data Sheet.

(4)

General Description and Specifications of the

(5)

Three-view Drawing.

(6)

Drawings of the Interior Configuration.

(7)

Certification Compliance Checklist.

(8)

List of Engineering Reports of the Type Design

(9)

Master Drawing List.

Product.

approved by FAA.

(10)

Wiring Diagram.

(11)

Electrical Loads Report.

(12)

Airplane Flight Manual approved by the FAA.

(13)

Maintenance and Repair Manual.

(14)

Operation Manual.

(15)

Weight and Balance Manual.

(16)

Master Minimum Equipment List.

(17)

FAA Demonstration Flight Test Specification.

(18)

Production Flight Test Guide.

(19)

Applicable AD's and SB's List.

(20)

Illustrated Parts Catalog.

(21)
subject to fatigue.
(22)

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Airport Planning Manual for Aircraft Operation.

(24)

Engine Installation Manual.

(25) Once the Type Design has been approved by the DNA,
the manufacturer shall deliver the Airplane Flight Manual approved by the
DNA.
2.4.12 For each aircraft with a Type Design approved by the
DNA, exported from the United States of America into the Republic of
Argentina, the US exporter must submit the following documents to the DNA:
(1)

Airworthiness Certificate for Export (FAA

Form

8130-4).
(2) Copy of Airworthiness Approval for Export from
third countries (products imported to the USA, installed in the aircraft
to be exported to the Republic of Argentina).
(3)

Minimum Equipment List.

(4)

Pilot Checklist.

(5)

Airport Planning Manual for Aircraft Operation.

(6)

Production Flight Test Reports.

(7)

List of Applied AD's and SB's.

(8)
approved by the DNA.
(9)
(10)
approved by the DNA.

Amendments applicable to the Airplane Flight Manual
Weight and Balance Sheet.
List of Modifications introduced to the Type Design

(11)

Engine Bench Test Reports.

(12)

Aircraft, Engine and Propeller Logbooks.

2.4.13 The DNA may carry out an engineering review of the
Certification program in the facilities of the manufacturer or holder of
the Type Certificate. This revision shall include meetings with the
manufacturer and the FAA. As a result of said revision, additional
technical conditions, necessary for the completion of the certification
program, may be prescribed.
2.4.14 In the case of aging aircraft for which it may be
difficult or impossible to contact the holder of the corresponding Type
Certificate, the DNA shall prescribe, for each particular case, the
requirements to be applied.

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2.4.15 A statement by the manufacturer stating that the DNA has
been included in his mailing list so as to receive regular updatings and
all other documents published by the manufacturer in relation to the
aircraft.
3.

AIRCRAFT ENGINES, PROPELLERS, MATERIALS, PARTS, AND APPLIANCES

.

3.1 The DNAR Part 21, Section 21.500 (adopted from FAR
Part 21)
provides for the acceptance of the airworthiness of the aircraft engines
or propellers manufactured outside Argentina, which have previously been
issued an Argentine Type Certificate. Said products are considered
approved for its installation in an aircraft registered in the Republic of
Argentina when the FAA has issued an Airworthiness Certificate for Export
(FAA Form 8130-4) which certifies that the engine or propeller:
(1) Is in accordance with the Type Design approved by the DNA
and is in a condition for safe operation.
(2)
acceptance.

The manufacturer has verified the final operational

3.2 For the type certification in the Republic of Argentina of
aircraft engines and propellers, the applicant must submit the following
documents:
(1)

Application for Type Certificate (DNA Form 8110.12).

(2)

Copy of the FAA Type Certificate (FA A Form 8110.9).

(3)

FAA Type Certificate Data Sheet.

(4)

General Description and Specifications of the Product.

(5)

Drawing with Cross-Sections (engines).

(6)

Drawings with General Layout (propellers).

(7)

Master Drawing List.

(8) Statement of the standards applied in the Type Design
Certification.
(9)

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(10)

List of Engineering Reports for the Certification.

(11)

Operation Manual.

(12)

Installation Manual.

(13)

Maintenance Manual.

(14)

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Certification Flight Test Program.

(16)

Applicable AD's and SB's List.

(17)

List of Applied AD's and SB's.

(18)

Listing of service life of the critical parts subject to

fatigue.
(19) Necessary descriptive information and data requested by the
DNA for the approval of the Type Design and the Argentine Type Certificate
Data Sheet.
4.

CLASS II AND III PRODUCTS .

4.1 The DNAR Part 21, Section 21.502 (Adopted from FAR, Part
21)
provides for the acceptance of the airworthiness of the materials, parts
and appliances (essentially replacement and modification parts)
manufactured outside the Republic of Argentina for which some kind of
approval has been issued by the DNA. These products are considered
approved for its installation in an aircraft registered in the Republic of
Argentina, when an Airworthiness Approval for Export
(FAA Form 8130-3) issued by the FAA certifies it conforms to the Type
Design approved by the DNA, and that is in a condition for safe operation
at the time the certificate has been issued.
4.2 The DNAR Part 21, Section 21.617(c) (Adopted from FAR,
Part 21)
refers to the products with a design approved by means of a Letter of TSO
Design Approval in accordance with the TSO specifications. When such
products are exported from the United States of America to the Republic of
Argentina, they must have a design approved by the FAA, and when exported
they must be accompanied by an Airworthiness Approval for Export
(FAA Form 8130 -3). In orde r to meet the requirements for
the design approval in Argentina, the DNA shall request:
(1) A statement from the FAA which certifies that the design
and performance of the product meets the TSO minimum applicable standards,
(2) The technical data required by the TSO and approved by the
FAA has been forwarded by the applicant for approval, and;
(3) Evidence by the part manufacturer that the DNA has been
included in the mailing list so as to receive updatings of the documents
related to the product.
4.3 The data required related to the installation, performance,
operation and maintenance of the product to be imported to the Republic of
Argentina and manufactured in accordance with a TSO must be written in
Spanish or in English.
5.

IDENTIFICATION PLACARDS AND MARKINGS .

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5.1 The aircraft engines and propellers to be installed in an
aircraft registered in the Republic of Argentina must be identified as
specified in the provisions of DNAR, Part 45 (Adopted from FAR, Part 45).
5.2 Critical compo nents to be installed as spare, replacement or
modification parts in an aircraft registered in the Republic of Argentina
or in aircraft engines or propellers must be identified with a part number
and a serial number.
5.3 The products with a design approved by the DNA by means of a
Letter of TSO Design Approval in accordance with a TSO must be marked in
accordance with the requirements established in the DNAR, Part 21, Subpart
O, and with any other additional marking requirement specified in the TSO.
5.4 With the exception of the products approved in accordance with a
TSO, the FAA must issue the corresponding Airworthiness Approval for
Export (FAA Form 8130-3) for all parts and materials to be used as spare,
replacement or modification parts in aircraft registered in the Republic
of Argentina. This document must contain all information related to the
make and aircraft model, with an Argentine Type Certificate, eligible for
the installation of the part or material.
6.

SUPPLEMENTAL TYPE CERTIFICATE .

6.1 The approval of changes to a Type Design (for example, model
changes) requested by the holder of a Type Certificate shall be issued by
the DNA as amendments to that TC.
6.2 As established in the certification procedure described in
Section 23, Chapter II of the "Schedule of Implementation Procedures for
the U.S./Republic of Argentina Airworthiness Bilateral Agreement":
6.2.1 The DNA shall consider the approval of changes to the
Type Design of a product manufactured by the applicant in the United
States of America provided the product has been previously type
certificated in the Standard Airworthiness Category.

6.2.2 The application for a Supplemental Type Certificate
related to products certificated in nonstandard airworthiness categories
and the design approvals for field modifications authorized under FAA
field approval procedures shall be dealt with on a case-by-case basis by
the DNA.
6.3 Application for a Supplemental Type Certificate for Import . The
applicant shall submit the application for a Supplemental Type Certificate
(DNA Form 8110.12) to the DNA through the FAA, providing the following
basic information:
(1) Description of the change, together with the make and model
of the product,

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(2) Copy of the exporting authority approval document and
certification basis; and
(3) Information on any equivalent safety findings or exemptions
granted by the FAA for the Supplemental Type Certificate.
For those cases, where the technical complexity of the type design
change justifies it, the DNA may request additional technical documents on
the basis of the documents listed under point
2.4.11, Appendix 2, of this
Advisory Circular.
6.4 Applicable Airworthiness Criteria . The requirements for the
approval of the Supplemental Type Certificates shall be those applied
originally in the approval procedure established by the FAA plus the
additional technical conditions, which may be required by the DNA for each
case in particular.
6.5 Approval Procedures . The
by the applicant and may eventually
evaluations including, for example,
complexity of the modification thus
7.

DNA will review the documents submitted
perform additional technical
aircraft flight tests, when the
requires it.

NOTE.

7.1 All statements hereby included constitute a general guideline,
and though developed in detail, it does not contain all possible cases.
7.2 The Advisory Circular 21-23 of the DNA, entitled "Airworthiness
Certification for civil aircraft, aircraft engines, propellers, or related
products imported to the Republic of Argentina," provides information
concerning the DNA objectives, its DNAR and general procedures for the
acceptance of civil aeronautical products to be imported to the Republic
of Argentina for its airworthiness certification or related approval.
This AC is available at the request of the interested party.

7.3 Therefore, in order to facilitate all proceedings and to avoid
unnecessary delays, it is advisable to establish a close contact with the
DNA so as to obtain the adequate advice specific for each case.
8.

DNA MAILING ADDRESS .
Junín 1060 - 3° Piso
(1113) Bs.As. - Republic of Argentina
Phone: 54-1-826-8749/8745
Telex: 27928 DNA FAA AR
FAX:
54-1-826-8758
FAX:
54-51-69-4157

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COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA - SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
(Revised - March 1991)

SECTION 1 - INTRODUCTION . A bilateral agreement between Australia and
the United States (U.S.) came into effect by the Exchange of Notes in
December 1974, and June 1975, and superseded the agreement of 1959
relating to the reciprocal acceptance of aeronautical products. The
manner in which this agreement will be implemented is described below.
A.

Administration and Procedures .

(1) The procedures which must be followed to obtain Australian
import certification are dealt with in the current issue of Part 100 of
Australian Civil Aviation Orders (CAO's).
(2) A U.S. Export Certificate of Airworthiness for export to
Australia (or agreed alternative) with pertinent data will be required in
connection with any Class I product and engine modules exported from the
United States to Australia. Class II and Class III products to be
eligible for installation on certificated civil aircraft registered in
Australia must be processed in accordance with the applicable provisions
of Part 21 of the United States Federal Aviation Regulations. The
requirement for an Export Certificate of Airworthiness for an aircraft
exported to Australia may be waived on production, to the Australian CAA
delegate, of:
(i) documentary evidence that the aircraft was registered in
a Contracting State and that a standard Certificate of Airworthiness in
accordance with ICAO Annex 8 was in force in respect of the aircraft at
the time of export from the Contracting State;
(ii) certification by the holder of an appropriately rated
Certificate of Approval that the aircraft has been inspected in
accordance with manufacturer's instructions for continued airworthiness
to the extent necessary to establish that the aircraft is satisfactory
for the issue of an Australian Certificate of Airworthiness; and
(iii) certification, made in relevant log books by the
Certificate of Approval holder that, following an inspection of the
aircraft, including its engine(s), made by the holder of an appropriately
rated Certificate of Approval, compliance has been verified with the
relevant Type Certificate Data Sheet and applicable Supplemental Type
Certificates and all modifications comply with the applicable design
standards.
(3) Where the issue of an Export Certifi cate of Airworthiness is
relevant, the certificate shall be issued within a period of 90 days or
50 operating hours, whichever is the lesser period, immediately preceding
the date of application for Australian certification or validation, as
appropriate, except as otherwise acceptable to Australia in a particular
case. The Export Certificate of Airworthiness shall be accompanied by a
document (e.g., aircraft logbook), furnished by the applicant, which
contains entries identifying those applicable FAA Airworthiness
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Directives (AD's) with which compliance has been achieved. This document
shall also identify those AD's containing repetitive compliance
requirements, and when compliance is next due to be satisfied. All
applicable FAA AD's must have been complied with prior to issuance of the
U.S. Export Certificate of Airworthiness.
(4) The applicant for a U.S. Export Certificate of Airworthiness
is also responsible for satisfying all other Australian Special
Requirements (identified in Section 2), as appropriate, for the
particular product being exported to Australia and all applicable
sections of FAR 21, Subpart L, before the U.S. Export Certificate of
Airworthiness can be issued.
(5) Copies of CAO's may be perused at the various aircraft
certification or regional offices of the Federal Aviation Administration,
or may be obtained by mail from the Civil Aviation Authority Publication
Centre, P.O. Box 1986, Carlton South, Victoria, 3053, Australia,
Facsimile No. 61-3-3474407.
B.

Acceptance of Aircraft .

(1) Prior to issue of a Certificate of Airworthiness to an
aircraft exported to Australia, the aircraft must be of a type and model
as defined on the FAA Type Certificate Data Sheet or Specification that
either:
(a) has previously been issued with a Certificate of
Airworthiness by the Australian authority; or
(b) is the subject of a Certificate of Type Approval issued
by the Civil Aviation Authority of Australia.
(2) The Civil Aviation Authority may require documents other
than the FAA Type Certificate and Type Certificate Data Sheet to be
supplied for continuing airworthiness control purposes prior to issue of
the first Australian Certificate of Airworthiness on a new type or model.
Design familiarization for technical specialists may also be required for
the same reason.
(3) Compliance with Australian Air Navigation (Aircraft Noise)
Regulations is required. Subsonic jet aircraft added to the Australian
register after January 1, 1991, will not be permitted to operate unless
they meet ICAO Chapter 3 noise standards.
C.

Acceptance of Engines, Auxiliary Power Units, and Propellers

.

(1) Aircraft engines, auxiliary power units, and propellers
which are exported to Australia as spares, i.e., not as parts of a
particular aircraft, to be eligible for use on Australian aircraft must
comply with the type design, be new or newly overhauled as defined in
Part 21 of the United States FAR's and have a relevant logbook. Before
installation in, or fitment to, an aircraft in Australia, such products
are required to conform with any applicable Australian Airworthiness
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(2) A U.S. Export Certificate of Airworthiness will be accepted
as evidence that an engine or propeller conforms with the type design and
is either new or newly overhauled as the case may be.
(3) Engines and propellers need not incorporate modifications or
manufacturer’s service documents made mandatory by Australian AD's prior
to export of the product to Australia. However, since it may be difficult
to determine in Australia whether the product complies with the mandatory
documents, information as to the modification status of a particular
product would be of help to the Australian user. An appropriate
statement, either in a logbook or separately issued by the person or
organization issuing the U.S. Export Certificate of Airworthiness or
appropriate certification document, will be accepted as evidence of the
modification status.
D.

Acceptance of Appliances and Components .

(1) Items classified as Class II and Class III products by FAR
21 (Subpart L, Section 21.321) and which are exported to Australia as
spares, i.e., not as parts of a particular aircraft, must conform to the
type design and must be new or newly overhauled as defined in FAR 21 in
order to be eligible for use on Australian aircraft. Before installation
in, or fitment to, an aircraft in Australia, such products are required
to conform with any applicable Australian Airworthiness Directives.
(2) An Airworthiness Approval Tag, FAA Form 8130-3, issued in
accordance with the requirements of FAR 21, or other document specified
in CAO's Part 100* or otherwise specified or approved by the CAA, will be
accepted as evidence that the products conform with the type design and
are either new or newly overhauled.
(3) Products need not incorporate modifications or
manufacturer's service documents made mandatory by Australian
Airworthiness Directives. However, since it may be difficult to
determine in Australia whether the product complies with the mandatory
documents, information as to the modification status of a product would
be of help to the Australian user. A statement by the person issuing the
airworthiness approval tag or alternative document will be accepted as
evidence of the modification status of the products.
*Documents specified in CAO's Part 100 for this purpose are detailed
in Section 2, Special Requirements (paragraph c).
E. Restricted and Limited Category Aircraft . Aircraft certificated
in the United States only in the Restricted Category could be eligible
for export to and certification in Australia in the Agricultural Category
in accordance with Section 101.17 of the CAO's. Aircraft certificated in
the United States only in the Limited Category will not normally be
eligible for certification in Australia.
SECTION 2 - SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS . The following identifies those special
administrative requirements which must be satisfied at the time of

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export, for a particular product to be eligible for Australian
airworthiness acceptance.
A.

Aircraft, First of a Particular Type or Model .

(1) An Export Certificate of Airworthiness may be issued when
the aircraft complies with FAA requirements.
(2) An Australian Certificate of Airworthiness will, however,
only be issued after issue of an Australian Certificate of Type Approval,
flight manuals have been submitted and approved, all maintenance
publications have been received and compliance with Civil Aviation Order
Section 100.2 established.
(3) FAA approved Supplemental Type Certificates (STC) a re now
automatically acceptable in Australia. STC's must be listed on the
Export Certificate of Airworthiness and any required Flight Manual
Supplements will be required to comply with Australian requirements and
be approved by the Australian CAA prior to issue of an Australian
Certificate of Airworthiness.
(4) Applicants for first-of-type acceptance of aircraft in the
Transport Category should anticipate being expected to comply with an
Australian Maintenance Requirements Document.
B.

Aircraft Not First of a Particular Type or Model

.

(1) An Export Certificate of Airworthiness may be issued when
the aircraft complies with FAA requirements.
(2) The documents and data required by the CAO's to be supplied
to the CAA need only appertain to the individual aircraft (not to the
type or model). Two copies of the Flight Manual are required to be
submitted to the CAA prior to the issue of an Australian Certificate of
Airworthiness.
C.

Aircraft Products and Components .

(1) In the case of FAA Class I pr oducts. A United States of
America, Federal Aviation Administration Form 8130-4 (Export Certificate
of Airworthiness);
(2) In the case of FAA Class II products. A United States of
America, Federal Aviation Administration Form 8130-3 (Airworthiness
Approval Tag);
(3)

In the case of FAA Class III products.

(i) A United States of America, Federal Aviation
Administration Form 8130-3 (Airworthiness Approval Tag); or
(ii) A Technical Standard Order (TSO) authorization granted
under United States of America, Federal Aviation Regulations Part 21,
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(iii) A document issued by the manufacturer of the component
and which contains a certification to the effect that the component was
manufactured under;
(a) A Production Certificate granted under United States
of America, Federal Aviation Regulations Part 21, Subpart G; or
(b) An FAA Parts Manufacturing Approval (PMA) granted
under United States of America, Federal Aviation Regulations Part 21,
Subpart K.
(4) In the case of any aircraft component. A document issued by
an FAA Certificated Repair Station and which quotes the certificate
number issued to that Repair Station under United States of America,
Federal Aviation Regulations, Part 145.
NOTE: Class I, II, and III are defined in United States of
America, Federal Aviation Regulations, Part 21, Subpart L,
Section 21.321.
SECTION 3 - VALIDATION . The CAA has the facility to validate a U.S.
Certificate of Airworthiness or Export Certificate of Airworthiness, for
the purposes of aircraft delivery to Australia, if the applicant wishes
to place the aircraft on the Australian Register of Aircraft, but does
not wish that an Australian Certificate of Airworthiness be issued for
such delivery. A Flight Manual validation certificate will normally be
processed at the time of validation certificate processing. Particular
restrictions are applied to flight on a validated foreign Certificate of
Airworthiness.

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COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS - SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
(New - January 29, 1993)

1. The Bahamas currently regulate Aviation through the 1961 Colonial Air
Navigation Order (ANO). The United Kingdom (UK) Civil Aviation Authority
(CAA) provides an advisory service to The Bahamas' government and
aviation requirements are based on the requirements of the UK.
2. Export certification is required as defined in the ANO and amplified
through Airworthiness Notice No. 17. All Class I, II, and III products,
to be eligible for export to The Bahamas, must be processed in accordance
with the applicable provisions of FAR Part 21, Subpart L.
3. The address for The Bahamas' Department of Civil Aviation is as
follows:
Department of Civil Aviation
P.O. Box CB 10994
Nassau, Bahamas
Cable Address: Bordair Nassau
FAX: 809-327-5288

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PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF BANGLADESH - SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
(Revised - September 1, 1993)
1.

INTRODUCTION .

1.1 To be eligible for certification by the Civil Aviation Authority
of Bangladesh (CAAB), all Class I, II, and III products should be issued
Export Certificate of Airworthiness or Export Airworthiness Approvals in
accordance with the provisions of Part 21, Sub-part L of the Federal
Aviation Regulations.
2.

DOCUMENTS AND ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS .

2.1 One copy each of the following Certificates/Records/
Documents/Manuals shall be furnished by the Manufacturer to the CAAB.
The importer shall provide written confirmation from the relevant
manufacturers that amendments, revision and new issues of Service
Bulletins and other documents will be supplied to the CAAB free of cost
as soon as they are issued.
2.2

CERTIFICATES AND RECORDS FOR NEW AIRCRAFT .

* (a)

Type Certificate.

* (b)

Type Certificate Data Sheet.

* (c)

Certification Compliance Record Book.

(d)

Noise certificate.

(e)

Supplemental Type Certificate (if any).

(f) Complete list of Service Bulletins incorporated in the
production version of the aircraft.
(g)

List of Customer requested modifications incorporated.

(h) Aircraft, Engine, Propeller, and APU log book with total
time in service or certified computerized record.
(i) Concessions or deviation from Design Standard (if any) and
acceptance by the Purchaser/Operator.
(j) Flight Data Recorder calibration certificate (in case of
DFDR, the algorithms used to convert recorded bits into engineering units
be provided).
(k)

Cockpit Voice Recorder replay quality report.

(l) List of all service bulletins incorporated on the aircraft,
engine, propeller, and appliances as applicable.

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(m) Compliance status of all one time Airworthin ess Directives
(AD), AD amendment number, date or time of compliance, as applicable.
(n) Compliance status of all recurrent AD's stating the time or
date of compliance and next due time or date when compliance with the AD
is required.
(o) List of all non applicable AD's with brief reason for nonapplicability.
(p) A copy of the current major alteration to each airframe,
engine, propeller, rotor and appliances as applicable (if any).
(q)

Time/Life limitation of the aircraft structure (if any).

(r) List of all controlled components and assemblies installed
on the aircraft and/or engine, by part number, serial number and position
regardless of whether they are monitored on Hard Time (HT), On Condition
(OC), or Condition Monitored (CM) basis.
(s) List of life limited (retirement) components, whose life
limitations are governed by the aircraft Type Certificate and Maintenance
Review Board (MRB) report, i.e., landing gears, engine discs, etc.
(t)

Equipment list and Weight and Balance reports.

(u)

Flight Test Report.

(v) List of all deferred defects/maintenance (if any), at the
time of issue of the Export Certificate of Airworthiness which will
require maintenance actions subject to acceptance by the
Purchaser/Operator.
2.3

DOCUMENTS AND MANUALS FOR NEW AIRCRAFT .

* (a) Maintenance Review Board Report.
* (b) Aircraft Maintenance Planning Document or Recommended
Maintenance Schedule/Programme.
* (c) Maintenance Manual.
* (d) Flight Manual.
* (e) Flight Crew Operating Manual.
* (f) Master Minimum Equipment List.
* (g) MEL Despatch Procedures (Operations & Maintenance).
* (h) Aircraft Service Bulletins.
* (i) Engine Service Bulletins.

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* (j) Propeller Service Bulletins.
2.4 Items marked with an asterisk (*) in sub-para 2.2 and 2.3 are
required only for the first aircraft of the type on Bangladesh Register
of civil aircraft.
2.5

USED AIRCRAFT .

In addition to the documents/records referred in the sub -para 2.2
and 2.3, the followings are also required for used aircraft from the
Vendor/Seller. If the records are maintained on computer or Automatic
Data Process (ADP), then the current ADP or computerized print-outs shall
be signed, dated and attested by an authorized person(s) on behalf of the
company as to its accuracy.
(a) A complete history of the aircraft, engine, components, and
equipment including:
(i) The number of the landings and pressurization cycles
where the aircraft is subject to mandatory life limitations.
(ii) The maintenance progra m to which the aircraft have
previously been maintained and copy of the approval document issued by
the FAA.
(b) The flight time, since new, of any components of the
aircraft, engines, or equipment which are subject to mandatory life
limitations.
(c) The flight time, since new or overhaul, as appropriate of
any components of the aircraft, engines, or equipment which are subject
to an approved overhaul period.
(d) Details of all changes of major structural components such
as wings, tailplanes, helicopter rotor, or transmission components and
histories of the replaced components.
(e) Details of major structural repairs including the nature of
damage in each case (if any).
(f) List of modification performed since the original aircraft
delivery, which deviate from the certified configuration and still
existent on the aircraft (if any).
(g) List of Service Bulletins incorporated into the aircraft
and/or engines.

3.

(h)

Records of Compass Swing.

(i)

MEL for the aircraft including Despatch Proce dure.

RECENCY OF CERTIFICATE FOR COMPLETE AIRCRAFT (NEW OR USED)

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3.1 Export Certificate of Airworthiness (FAA Form
8130 -4) for
complete aircraft (new/used) should have been issued within 30
(Thirty)
days prior to the date of arrival of the aircraft in Bangladesh and also
not more than 50 (Fifty) flight hours since issuance of the Export
Certificate of Airworthiness.
4.

CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR AIRCRAFT PARTS .
4.1

CLASS I PRODUCTS (ENGINE/PROPELLERS) .
(a)

Export Certificate of Airworthi ness, FAA Form 8130 -4.

(b) Statement of Airworthiness Directives and Service Bulletins
complied with (if applicable).
4.2

CLASS II PRODUCTS .
(a)

Airworthiness Approval Tag, FAA Form 8130-3.

(b) Statement of Airworthiness Directives and Service Bulletins
complied with (if applicable).
4.3

CLASS III PRODUCTS AND APPLIANCES .

(a) Airworthiness Approval Tag, FAA Form 8130-3 (if the part has
a serial number); or
(b) A Technical Standard Order (TSO) authorization granted under
FAR Part 21, Sub-part O; or
(c) A document issued by the manufacturer of the component which
contains a certification to effect that the component was manufactured
under;
(i) A Production Certificate (PC) granted under FAR
Sub-part G; or

Part 21,

(ii) An FAA Parts Manufacturing Approval (PMA) granted under FAR
Part 21, Sub-part K; and
(d) FAA Certificate of Conformity if the item was manufactured
under TSO/PC/PMA; and
(e) Statement of Airworthiness Directives and Service Bulletins
complied with (if applicable).

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CORRESPONDENCE .

5.1 All correspondence regarding Registration and Certification of
civil aircraft should be addressed to:
CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY OF BANGLADESH
AIRWORTHINESS & ENGINEERING LICENSING DIVISION
CAAB HQRS
ZIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
DHAKA-1229
BANGLADESH
FAX : 880-2-893322
TLX : 632210 CCAAB BJ
AFTN : VGHQYAYL
TEL : 880-2-894268

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BARBADOS - SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
(Revised - August 16, 1994)

1.

GENERAL .

a. Any aircraft to be eligible for issue of a Certificat e of
Registration issued by the Government of Barbados must qualify for
certification in the United States of America in the standard or
restricted category, and an Export Certificate of Airworthiness, FAA Form
8130-4, must be issued in accordance with Part
21 of the United States
Federal Aviation Regulations.
b. Class II and Class III products should
documentation which confirms that the item is in
relevant section of Part 21 of the United States
Regulations. An Airworthiness Approval Tag, FAA
acceptable.

be accompanied by
accordance with the
Federal Aviation
Form
8130-3, is

c. If the aircraft is to be entered on the Barbados Register of
Civil Aircraft prior to departure from the United States of America, the
importer will make application to the Technical Director - Aviation,
Barbados for the necessary Certificate of Registration, appropriate Permit
to Fly and Radio Station Licence, which must be on board the aircraft
during the delivery flight.
d. It is desirable at the time of export certificati on to supply
additional available data which may subsequently be required for such
purposes as the approval of design changes, maintenance and air transport
operations. These data may include:
(1) The manufacturer's specifications for special processes and
materials used in manufacture and maintenance.
(2)

Location drawings for all radio antennas.

(3)

Master minimum equipment list (MMEL).

(4)

Maintenance planning document (MPD).

(5)

Manufacturer's Maintenance schedule.

e. The aircraf t must be marked and equipped for the conditions
under which it is intended to operate in accordance with the Barbados
Civil Aviation (Air Navigation) Regulations, 1984, CAP 288A. This will
include fire proof owner's nameplate, registration marks and emergency
exits.
f.

An engineer's report in the appropriate format is required.

g. The appropriate logbooks for airframe, engine(s), propeller(s)
and Auxiliary Power Unit as appropriate must be maintained for all
aircraft to be registered in Barbados.

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APPLICATIONS .

Applications should be addressed to:

Technical Director - Aviation
Air Traffic Services Building
Grantley Adams International Airport
Christ Church
Barbados
WEST INDIES
Telephone: (809) 428-0930
FAX: (809) 428-2539
and should include the following:
(a) a technical specification or a description of the aircraft
including system schematics
(b) a complete list of all avionics equipment not in the detailed
specification
(c) list of any special installations

required by the applicant

Any enquiries should also be made to the aforementioned address.
3.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS .

(a) If special conditions are required the Technical
Director - Aviation will advise which conditions will be required using
the UK Additional Requirements and Special Conditions (CAP
480) as the
basis. These additional requirements will be discussed and agreed with
the prospective operator in association with the manufacturer/supplier of
the aircraft concerned.
(b) An audit of the air craft and associated records will be
conducted by the Technical Director - Aviation or any person authorized by
his office.
4.
AIRCRAFT - FIRST OF THE TYPE TO BE REGISTERED IN BARBADOS . The
following documents and data are required for aircraft to be entered in
the Register of civil aircraft:
a. A complete set of maintenance and overhaul manuals, with
amendment service, for:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)

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Engine(s).
Propeller(s) as appropriate.
Auxiliary Power Unit (APU).
Any avionics e quipment installed.
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b. A full set of Service Bulletins, Letters and Modification
Leaflets issued by the manufacturer(s) in respect of the airframe,
engine(s), propeller(s), APU, and installed equipment during the period
the aircraft is on the Barbados Register.
c. A copy of the Type Certificate or equivalent document which certifies
compliance with applicable airworthiness/special requirements, if not already
held by the Office Technical Director
- Aviation.
d. Summary of modifications, repairs, service bulletins, operator
options and equipment incorporated since initial build.
e. Statement of compliance with Federal Aviation Administration
Airworthiness Directives for United States of America manufactured
aircraft.
f. One copy of the flight manual for the aircraft; one copy of the
pilot's checklist.
g. One copy of the production flight test report issued by the
manufacturer.
h. O ne copy of the delivery documentation with relevance to the
airworthiness or flight operation of the aircraft.
i. One copy of the approved maintenance program which meets with
Barbados requirements for continuing airworthiness.
j. One copy of the Weight and Balance report showing the weights and arms
of the main components and a list of installed equipment.
k.

The Export Certificate of Airworthiness, FAA Form 8130-4.

l. Data to identify essential and optional equipment and location
of emergency equipment.
5.
AIRCRAFT - FOR WHICH A BARBADOS CERTIFICATE OF AIRWORTHINESS IS TO
BE ISSUED . In addition to the relevant items in paragraph 3 (Aircraft
First of Type), the following documentation is required
for an aircraft to
be registered in Barbados that is not first of type.
a. A statement, signed by an official representative of the
manufacturers, showing that all mandatory modifications and special
conditions required by Barbados have been complied with.
b. A listing of all the data submitted i n the original type
certifying Authority for showing compliance with the Airworthiness
standards. Identified data will include structural analysis, structural
fatigue, and flight test reports.
6.
VALIDATION . The office of Technical Director - Aviation has the facility
to validate a Certificate of Airworthiness or Export Certificate of
Airworthiness, for the purposes of aircraft delivery to Barbados, if the
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does not wish that a Barbados Certificate of Airworthiness be issued for such a
delivery. A Flight Manual validation certificate will normally be processed at
the time of validation processing. Particular restrictions are applied to any
flight on a validated foreign Certificate of Airworthiness.

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KINGDOM OF BELGIUM - SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
(Revised - January 6, 1995)

1. INTRODUCTION . This document prescribes requirements supplementing
the Agreement on the reciprocal acceptance of Export Certificates of
Airworthiness. It is based on the Bilateral Agreement between the
Governments of the United States and Belgium of May 14, 1973.
2.

GENERAL .

2.1.
Aircraft and other Class I products to be eligible for export
to Belgium must, in addition to the requirements prescribed in Part 21,
Subpart L of the U.S. Federal Aviation Regulations, be eligible for
airworthiness certification in the United States "Standard"
classification and comply with the applicable additional requirements
under paragraph 4 of this document.
2.2.
Class II and III products to be eligible to export to Belgium
must comply with the applicable provisions of Part 21, Subpart L of the
U.S. Federal Aviation Regulations.
2.3
Since January 1, 1992, the following Technical Regulations and
Administrative Procedures are applicable in the European Communities:
CEE n ° 3922/91 regulations from the Council.
3. DOCUMENTS AND DATA REQUIRED . When an aircraft is exported to
Belgium, the documents listed below must be provided to the Belgian Civil
Aeronautics Administration:
3.1.

For each individual new aircraft :

1. The FAA Export Certificate of Airworthiness issued no
longer than 60 days before the date the aircraft is entered into Belgium;
2. The weight and balance report containing a complete
inventory of all equipment and instruments;
3. A list of radio communication and navigation equipment
installed, including make and model, capacity and frequencies.
4. The FAA approved flight manual. A pilot's operating
handbook or similar manual will be provided in addition to or when no
approved flight manual is required by the FAA.
5. The list of modifications that have been incorporated
during production for the airframe, the engine(s), the propeller(s), and
the major equipment and components (such as APU) and the list of AD notes
complied with during manufacturing.
6. A copy of the manufacturer production flight test report
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3.2.
For each individual used aircraft . In addition to the
documents listed in paragraph 3.1, the following technical data are
required:
1. The certified logbooks, or equivalent historical records,
for the aircraft, the engine(s), the propeller(s), the major equipment
and components (such as APU), containing information on operational times
and cycles (since new and since last overhaul), maintenance, overhaul,
repairs and modifications, status of parts with limited lifetime.
2. A detailed listing of all modifications, including the
operator's modifications Service Bulletins or equivalent documents, and
Airworthiness Directives complied with.
3.

The past maintenance schedule and programs.

4.

The components operating and storage limits.

3.3.
For aircraft first of the type exported to Belgium . In
addition to the documents listed in paragraphs 3.1. and 3.2., the
following technical data are required:
1. One copy of the Type Certificate and Type Certificate Data
Sheets for the aircraft, the engine(s), and the propeller(s).
2. Two copies of the FAA approved fligh t manual. The pilot's
operating handbook will be provided in addition to or when no flight
manual is required by the FAA.
3. One complete set of current technical manuals for the
aircraft operation, service, maintenance, overhaul and repair manuals,
catalog of spare parts.
4. Same technical manuals as in [[paragraph]] 3 above for the
engines(s) and the propeller(s), if they are of a model exported to
Belgium for the first time.
5. A list of the necessary special tools and equipment
(including a tolerance chart) essential to the inspection and servicing
of the aircraft, the engine(s), the propeller(s), and associated
equipment.
6. One set of the following current technical documents:
Master Minimum Equipment List; Maintenance Review Board document;
Maintenance Planning document.
7. A statement by the manufacturer, or its authorized
representative, to the effect that all pertinent information,
modification, services bulletins, and revisions of such bulletins and
manuals will be automatically distributed to the Aeronautics
Administration of Belgium, to guarantee the airworthiness of the
aircraft, the engine(s), the propeller(s), and the major components.
8. A copy of the type flight test report. Flight
characteristics of the aircraft shall be described in this report in a
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manner convenient for calculating the performance of the aircraft over a
reasonable range of weights, altitudes, and atmospheric conditions.
Performance figures contained in, or furnished with the type flight test
report shall have been corrected to standard atmospheric conditions, and
a statement to this effect shall be made a part of the report.
Established operational limitations, speeds, and approved loads shall be
indicated.
9. Three-view drawings of the major assemblies, installations,
and primary structure.
10. A type record of stress analysis summary showing, for all
members of the primary structure, their design loads, dimensions,
materials, strength, and margins of safety, or a copy of the static
strength test reports when type approval was granted on the basis of such
tests.
11. The list of reports and notes prepared for U.S. type
certification of the aircraft.
4.

SPECIAL TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS .

4.1.
Noise limits . An aircraft will be eligible for a Certificate
of Airworthiness only if it complies with the noise standards of ICAO
Annex 16. Subsonic jet airplanes have to comply with the noise limits
laid down in Chapter 3 of Annex 16.
4.2.
Radio equipment . Radio equipment must be FAA approved and
comply with TSO/FAA TC specifications. When a radio equipment model is
exported to Belgium for the first time, one copy of the following
documentation will be furnished:
- The manufacturer's statement of conformance submitted to FAA.
- The letter of acceptance issued by FAA.
- The technical manuals and bulletins (Service Bulletins,
etc.).
Special technical requirements regarding the radio equipment
are:
- VHF radio-communication equipment must be compatible for use
with 25 MHz spacing in the frequency band 118.00 MHz - 136.975 MHz.
- VHF radio-navigation equipment must be compatible for use
with 50 kHz spacing between VOR and LOC channels and 150 kHz between
associated Glide Slope channels.
- Communication and navigation antennas are to be distinct.
- VOR/LOC and Glide Slope antennas are to be distinct.

4.3.

Flight instruments .

- Air speed indicators must show airspeed in KNOTS only.
- Altimeters must be of the sensitive type, showing altitude
in FEET, with adjustable setting in MILLIBAR scale.

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- Aircraft intended for use in
with 2 sensitive altimeters.
- Variometers must be equipped
and DOWN indications.
- Aircraft intended for use in
reciprocating non injecting engine(s) must
heat temperature indicator(s).

IFR operation must be equipped
with needle stops at maximum UP
IFR operation and equipped with
be equipped with carburator

4.4.
Flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder . Turbine
powered transport category airplanes of a maximum weight of over 5,700 kg
must be equipped with an approved flight data recorder. When the maximum
weight is over 27,000 kg, an approved cockpit voice recorder is also
required. The technical manuals and the last calibration charts
pertinent to the installed recorders will be furnished.
4.5

Equipment .

equipped with
strap.
25.853(b) for
-

The front seats of normal and utility airplanes must be
either a shoulder harness or a belt and diagonal shoulder
Passengers seats must be fire blocked in accordance with FAR
aircraft intended [[for]] use in commercial operation.
Each lavatory compartment must be equipped:

(a) with a smoke detector system or equivalent system that
provides a warning light or audio warning in the passengers cabin which
would be readily detected by an attentant.
(b) with a built in fire extinguisher for each disposal
receptacle for towels, paper or waste located within the lavatory.
- Life jackets must be FAA approved and comply with TSO C13C.
- ELT must be installed for aircraft inten ded [[for]] use in
commercial operation.
NOTE: In the case of an aircraft intended for use in IFR
operation, a complete equipment list, mentioned the avionics equipment
with number, make, model PN, SN, and frequency range will be furnished by
the exporter or by the government of the country of origin for approval
before delivery of the aircraft.
5.

NOTES .

5.1.
The aircraft must be equipped in accordance with the
requirements of the Belgian regulations for its intended use.
5.2.

Complementary info rmation may be obtained at:
Administration de l'Aeronautique
Direction Technique
rue de la Fusee, 90
B - 1130 BRUSSELS (BELGIUM)
FASIMILE:

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REPUBLIC OF BOLIVIA - SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
(New - August 13, 1976)

1. Bolivian Special Requirements are applicable to the import of
aeronautical products. The requirements are in accord with the
procedural requirements for the issue of U.S. Export Airworthiness
Approvals under Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Part 21, Subpart

L.

2. The D irector General of Civil Aviation requests that the FAA issue
export airworthiness approvals applicable to Class I, II and III
aeronautical products being exported to Bolivia. Eligibility for
importing aeronautical products into Bolivia, in addition to the
provisions of Subpart L of Part 21 of the Federal Aviation Regulations,
must comply with applicable special requirements prescribed below:
a. All aircraft exported to Bolivia via flyaway should display
Bolivian nationality and registration marks and carry the following
documents on the delivery flight:
(1)

Bill of Sale;

(2)

Bolivian Certificate of Registration;

(3)

Bolivian authorization for the delivery flight;

(4)

Export Certificate of Airworthiness;

(5) Notification of the Aircraft having been canceled from the
U.S. aircraft registry;
(6) Authority to cover the use of the installed communication
equipment for the duration of the delivery flight; and
(7) Approved airplane flight manual, maintenance and operation
manuals, logbooks and such documents essential to the safe operation of
the aircraft including loading charts.
b. Types and models of aircraft which have been exported to Bolivia
previously, shall have the following additional documents and data
delivered to the purchaser:
(1) Maintenance, overhaul and repair manuals, including
maintenance/inspection schedule.
(2) Airworthiness Directives (AD) and Type Certificate Data
Sheets or specifications and manufacturer service bulletins applicable to
the aircraft.
(3) List of inventory of equipment installed by make, model, and
serial number.
(4) Historical records of aircraft, engine(s), propeller(s) and
time or life controlled items.

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Weight and balance report, including a loading schedule or

chart.
(6) Engine(s) must not have operated in excess of 500 hours and
propellers(s) 1,000 hours since new or approved overhaul.
(7) Aircraft and FAA time controlled components must not have
operated in excess of 50% of whichever is the lesser of the FAA approved
or manufacturer recommended overhaul times.
(8)

Shall have installed and functional a minimum of:
Single Engine Aircraft:
1-VOR/ILS, 1-ADF, 1-HF, 1-VHF, 1-DME, 1-ELT,
1 altimeter calibrated in inches and millibars.

c. An aircraft being the first of its type and model exported to
Bolivia, shall in addition to the above, furnish to the purchaser and to
the Director General of Civil Aviation the following documents:
(1) Parts catalog for the aircraft, engine, propellers, and
installed major auxiliary equipment.
(2) Instructions or information essential to the assembly and
rigging of the aircraft is to be assembled at the point of destination.
(3) List of special tools, equipment and tolerance charts
essential to the servicing and maintenance of the aircraft, engines,
propeller, and major auxiliary units or components.
(4)

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REPUBLIC OF BOTSWANA - SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
(Revised - April 1981)

1.

GENERAL .

a. Any aircraft to be elig ible for the issue of a Certificate of
Airworthiness by the Government of the Republic of Botswana must qualify
for certification in the United States of America in the Standard or
Restricted Category and an Export Certificate of Airworthiness, FAA Form
8130-4, should have been issued in accordance with Part 21 of the United
States Federal Aviation Regulations.
b. Class II and Class III products should be accompanied by
documentation which confirms that the item is in accordance with the
relevant Section of Part 21 of the United States Federal Aviation
Regulations. An Airworthiness Approval Tag, FAA Form
8130-3 is
acceptable.
c. If the aircraft is to be entered on the Botswana Register of
Civil Aircraft, the importer must make application to the Botswana
Department of Civil Aviation for the necessary Certificate of
Registration, Permit to Fly, and Radio Station License which must be
carried during the delivery flight.
d. Inquiries should be addressed to the Director of Civil Aviation,
P.O. Box 250, Gaborone, Botswana, marked to the attention of the Chief
Flight Safety Engineer.
2.

FIRST AIRCRAFT OF TYPE TO BE REGISTERED IN THE REPUBLIC OF BOTSWANA
a.

.

The following documents and data are required:

(1) A complete set of maintenance, overhaul, and repair manuals,
and parts catalogs for:
(i)

Airplane

(ii)

Engine(s)

(iii)
(iv)

Propeller(s)
Any equipment not previously imported to the Republic of

Botswana.
(2) A full set of service bulletins, instructions, letters,
modification leaflets, etc., issued by the manufacturer with respect to
the airframe, engine(s), propeller(s), and installed equipment.
(3) A statement confirming that any amendments or new issues of
the above manuals and catalogs will be forwarded to the Department of
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(4) A copy of the Type Certificate Data Sheet or Aircraft
Specification unless this is already held by the Department of Civil
Aviation.
(5) Three identical copies of the Flight Manual for the
aircraft, including a copy allocated to the specific aircraft.
3. EACH AIRCRAFT FOR WHICH A BOTSWANA CERTIFICATE OF AIRWORTHINESS IS TO
BE REQUESTED .
a. A statement must be signed by a manufacturer's representative to
the effect that all mandatory modifications have been embodied, that all
Airworthiness Directives have been complied with, and that any special
inspections required have been complied with.
b.

An Export Certificate of Airworthiness, FAA Form 8130-4.

c. Two copies of the Flight Manual including a copy a
specific aircraft.

llocated to the

d. A statement confirming that all amendments to the Flight
Manual(s) will be forwarded to the Department of Civil Aviation as they
are issued.
e. Two copies of the Weight and Balance information for the specific
aircraft.
f. Two copies of the Equipment List for the specific aircraft,
marked to show the installed equipment.
g. An Emergency Locator Beacon must be installed in the aircraft.
Such unit must be equipped with a voice transmission facility and be
installed with a control switch operable from the pilot's seat to
activate the unit when required in the manual mode. Full details for the
operation of the unit are to be installed on a placard mounted adjacent
to the access panel in the cabin.

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FEDERATIVE REPUBLIC OF BRAZIL - SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
(Revised - September 15, 1994)

1. INTRODUCTION . This document prescribes special requirements and
procedures for exportation of aeronautical products to Brazil, which are
based on the Bilateral Agreement for reciprocal acceptance of
Airworthiness Certificates signed between the Governments of the United
States and the Republic Federative of Brazil in June
16, 1976.
2. BRAZILIAN AIRWORTHINESS AUTHORITIES . The responsibility for
controlling flight safety of civil aviation in Brazil is a task of the
following organizations of the Air Ministry:
2.1 DAC - Departamento de Aviacao Civil (Department of Civil
Aviation) . Is the central organization of the Flight Safety System
responsible for the issuance of the Brazilian Airworthiness Regulations
(RBHA - Regulamentos Brasileiros de Homologacao Aeronautica).
The DAC is also responsible for the issuance of maintenance,
operation and related approvals including the "Certificados de
Aeronavegabilidade" (Airworthiness Certificate).
The RBHA "Regulamentos Brasileiros de Homolagacao Aeronautica"
(Brazilian Requirements for Aeronautical Certification) adopts the U.S.
FAR airworthiness requirements Parts 23, 25, 27, 29, 31, 33 and 35 which
are used as Brazilian requirements for design approval of aircraft,
aircraft engines and propellers. However, the RBHA is not limited to the
FAR requirements and may incorporate additional Brazilian [[the word
"own" deleted]] requirements.
DAC address :
Departamento de Aviacao Civil
Praca Senador Salgado Filho S/N
Aeroporto Santos Dumont - 5 Andar
20021 - Rio de Janeiro - RJ
Fax: (55) (21) 220-5177
Phone:
(021) 220-7478
2.2 CTA - Centro Tecnico Aeroespacial (Aerospace Technical Center)
The CTA is responsible for the issuance of design and production
approvals for aircraft and other aeronautical products and therefore
issues the following documents:

.

CHT - "Certificado de Homologacao de Tipo" (Type Certificate)
for aircraft, aircraft engines and propellers;
CHST - "Certificado de Homologacao Suplementar de Tipo"
(Supplemental Type Certificate) for aircraft, aircraft engines and
propellers;
APAA - "Atestado de Produto Aeronautico Aprovado" (Attestation
of Approved Aeronautical Products) for Class II or III products and,

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CHE - "Certificado de Homologacao de Empresa" (Production
Approval Certificate) for manufacturers of approved aeronautical
products.
CTA address :
Centro Tecnico Aeroespacial
Instituto de Fomento e Coordenacao Industrial
Divisao de Homologacao Aeronautica
P.O. Box 6001
Sao Jose Dos Campos - SP - 12225
Telex No. 1233393 BR
Fax
No. (55) (123) 41-4766
Phone No.
(123) 41-4600
2.3 DEPV - Directoria de Eletronica e Protecao ao Voo (Electronics
and Flight Protection Directorate) . The DEPV is responsible for the Air
Traffic Control System.
DEPV address :
Diretoria de Eletronica e Protecao ao Voo
Praca Senador Salgado Filho, S/N
Aeroporto Santos Dumont - 4 Andar
20021 - Rio de Janeiro/RJ
Phone No. (021) 220-0515
2.4 CENIPA - Centro de Investigacao e Prevencao de Acidentes
Aeronauticos (Aeronautical Accidents Investigation and Prevention
Center) . The CENIPA is responsible for accidents investigation.
CENIPA address :
Centro de Investigacao e Prevencao de Ac identes
Aeronauticos Anexo Do M.Aer. 1 Andar
Esplanada Dos Ministerios - Bloco "M"
70045 - Brasilia/DF
Fax
No. (061) 313-2597
Phone No. (061) 313-2345
3.

CERTIFICATION REQUIRED .

3.1 Except as provided in paragraph 3.6, to be eligible for
registration on the Brazilian Registry, any aircraft model exported to
Brazil (under a purchasing or leasing agreement) regardless of being new
or used, must receive a Brazilian Type Certificate for import, issued on
the basis of a U.S. Type Certificate, following the procedures
established in [[paragraph]] 4.

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3.2 To be eligible for registration on the Brazilian Registry, an
aircraft model modified in accordance with an FAA Supplemental Type
Certificate exported to Brazil, must receive a Brazilian Supplemental
Type Certificate for import issued on the basis of the U.S. Supplemental
Type Certificate following the procedures established in [[paragraph]] 5.
3.3 Except as provided in paragraph 3.6, to be eligible for
installation on Brazilian registered aircraft, any aircraft engine or
propeller model exported to Brazil, regardless of being new or used, must
receive a Brazilian Type Certificate for Import, issued on the basis of a
U.S. Type Certificate following the procedures established in
[[paragraph]] 6.
3.4 To be eligible for installation on Brazilian registered aircraft
for which a Type Certificate is required, any Technical Standard Order
(TSO) approved product exported to Brazil, must receive a Brazilian
approval for installation issued on the basis of a U.S. Technical
Standard Order approval, following the procedures established in
[[paragraph]] 7.
3.5 Other class II or class III products installed on Brazilian
aircraft for which a Type Certificate is required, will be approved for
installation through the Brazilian Type Certificate, following the
procedures established in [[paragraph]] 8.
3.6 Certain models of aircraft, aircraft engines and propellers
which have been exported to Brazil at a time where a Type Certificate for
Import has not been required, may continue to be exported with an
exemption of the certification requirements established in this
paragraph. To benefit from such exemption the applicant shall obtain a
statement from the DAC validating the FAA type certification for
operation in Brazil.
4.

PROCEDURES FOR ISSUANCE OF IMPORT TYPE CERTIFICATES FOR AIRCRAFT

.

4.1 An application Form [[FDH-300-11A]] (sample enclosed as Annex
I)
or an application letter shall be completed by the U.S. manufacturer of
the concerned aircraft and forwarded to the DAC through the FAA, together
with sufficient engineering information to permit the DAC to become
acquainted with the type design.
4.2 The text of all FAA special conditions, equivalent safety items
and exemptions from the airworthiness or noise requirements shall be made
available to the CTA for review and approval.
4.3 A compliance check list with the certification basis indicating
for each item of the requirement how it was complied (by test, analysis,
calculation, design provisions, etc.) and the title and number of the
corresponding substantiation document (report, drawing, specification,
etc.), shall be made available to the CTA for review and approval.
4.4 The required markings and placards installed in passenger cabin,
in cargo, baggage or stowage compartments and in the aircraft exterior,

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